Dr. Charles Crane is a board certified ophthalmologist, and is much more than a general ophthalmologist. He gives his patients hands on state-of-the-art
treatment for cataracts, refractive errors, eye diseases and cosmetic eyelid problems. Dr. Crane is the co-director of the refractive surgery team at NNJEI. Dr. Crane performs the latest refractive surgery techniques. With pioneering procedures and the latest refractive surgery techniques in refractive and corneal surgery to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism, Dr. Crane is able to help patients become less dependent on contact lenses or glasses.
Dr. Crane continues his leadership role in ophthalmology by being one of the first cataract surgeons in New Jersey to offer his patients no needle, no stitch, no patch, no restrictions implant and cataract surgery. Dr. Crane is also one of the first in New Jersey to use the new bifocal implant to allow patients over forty years old to see well without glasses for distance and for near or reading vision. Dr. Crane believes the new methods of cataract surgery he is helping to pioneer represent a major lifestyle improvement to his patients.
Dr. Crane brings an additional dimension to the services provided by the Institute. After completing his ophthalmology training he went on to complete a fellowship with a world-renowned ocular plastic surgeon. This training included restoration of droopy, baggy eyelids or eyebrows, as well as, cosmetic and aesthetic surgery corrections and skin peels. As an ocular plastic surgeon, Dr. Crane trained specifically to perform intricate reconstructive procedures around the eye.
Dr. Crane believes that communication is the basis of good medical care, as well as good patient relations.…
Dr. Crane had great bedside manners and was professional. He answered all my questions. I would recommended him. It was my first time at the office so it took over an hour of waiting and going through the eye exam procedures before I was actually examined by Dr. Crane. If you are being seen the first time, make sure you leave plenty of time for the appointment, at least 1.5 hours. Most of the staff were courteous and the institute seemed to be organized and clean.
April 4, 2013by William D. (Verified Patient)
Office seems very professional (all staff) and organized. I would recommend the practice to others.
September 20, 2012by a Verified Patient
They brought me in soon after arriving but after my eyes were dilated I waited in the waiting room a very long time. My appointment was at 8:15 and I never saw the Dr.until after 10:00.